Happy ‘Cover Reveal’ day to author Susan Gee
I do make quite eclectic reading choices, so whilst you will find a very random mix of titles in my TBR mountain, crime / thrillers will always be my ‘go to’ genre. It is even better when, as with this particular book, it is a stand alone novel, not part of a series and offers me the opportunity to discover a new to me author at the same time!
I would therefore like to thank the folks at Aria Fiction, for the opportunity to be involved in this important day for Susan Gee and Love Me To Death.
Love Me To Death is not officially released until 14th May 2020, however you can pre-order your Kindle download from :-
Amazon in the UK
Amazon in the US
LOVE ME TO DEATH
Something sinister stirs in Stockport…
The police find a young woman’s body in the woods the same week a couple discover a crude, handmade doll in Lyme Park. But are the two findings connected… or a strange coincidence?
In a town full of loners and unhappy families, nothing is as it seems…
All Mr Anderson wants is a family. After his elderly mother died, he was almost unbearably lonely. Now it’s time for him to claim his own.
All Jacob wants is for Maggie to love him back. She only has eyes for the Vincent twins – but maybe he can make her see just how much he cares.
And everyone is a suspect.
Susan Gee is a crime writer from Stockport, in the North West of England, where she lives with her husband and family.
She has an MA in Creative Writing from Manchester University and was a finalist in the Good Housekeeping Novel Competition and the Daily Mail ‘Write a Best Seller’.
Her first novel ‘Kiss Her Goodbye’ was published in September 2018 by Head Of Zeus’s digital imprint Aria.
She is represented by the LBA Literary Agency.
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“I think inspiration comes from every book that you read. There is always something that you take away from a novel.”
“I have always written. I used to write short stories, but always wanted to write a novel. I realised that the only way for my novel to exist was to actually get down and do it. I was tired of hearing myself say the words, ‘I’ll write a book one day.’ I took an MA in Creative Writing at Manchester University, which was very useful. It introduced to me to other writers and gave me the confidence to finish my first book.”
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